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Figure 1. From: Spontaneous Reattachment of a Posteriorly Dislocated Endothelial Graft: A Case Report.

Corneal oedema without EK button.

Ka Wai Kam, et al. Case Rep Transplant. 2013;2013:631702.
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Figure 4. From: Spontaneous Reattachment of a Posteriorly Dislocated Endothelial Graft: A Case Report.

Well-opposed EK button and clear recipient cornea.

Ka Wai Kam, et al. Case Rep Transplant. 2013;2013:631702.
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Figure 3. From: Spontaneous Reattachment of a Posteriorly Dislocated Endothelial Graft: A Case Report.

Reappearance of EK button (slightly decentered) and resolution of corneal oedema.

Ka Wai Kam, et al. Case Rep Transplant. 2013;2013:631702.
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Figure 2. From: Spontaneous Reattachment of a Posteriorly Dislocated Endothelial Graft: A Case Report.

Cross-section showing the absence of EK button on post-operative day 2.

Ka Wai Kam, et al. Case Rep Transplant. 2013;2013:631702.
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Figure 6. From: Spontaneous Reattachment of a Posteriorly Dislocated Endothelial Graft: A Case Report.

Slightly inferiorly displaced EK button and clear recipient cornea.

Ka Wai Kam, et al. Case Rep Transplant. 2013;2013:631702.
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Figure 5

Figure 5. From: Spontaneous Reattachment of a Posteriorly Dislocated Endothelial Graft: A Case Report.

Slightly inferiorly displaced EK button and clear recipient cornea.

Ka Wai Kam, et al. Case Rep Transplant. 2013;2013:631702.

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